Nate is an actor/writer most known for “towing that guy’s car on YouTube.” In addition to his fleeting internet notoriety, he performs regularly at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theater, he is a member of the 2014 Fox Writers Intensive, and he co-wrote SIPS with Allen Loeb. His acting credits include Dinner with Friends with Brett Gelman & Friends, Suburgatory, a few commercials and various voice over gigs, blah blah. He is also heard regularly as the promo guy for KCRW, LA’s favorite public radio station.
Allen Loeb is a writer/actor/comedian who has performed at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, the Groundlings, the Improv and the Comedy Store. He wrote and performed the one man show Hi There, With Allen Loeb to rave reviews from his friends. He’s been a guest blogger for FunnyOrDie.com, and you should check out Precious Moments with Stephanie Allynne. It’s great. In his spare time, he is a full-time lawyer and all around nice guy.
Jennie can be seen on television in a number of commercials as well as seasons 1 & 2 of HBO’s Funny or Die Presents as writer, actor and creator of The Amazing Adventures of David and Jennie. Other credits include Hello Ladies, Two Broke Girls and the recurring character “Pepper” on Don’t Trust The B— In Apartment 23. She’s a regular performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, and she can be found all over FunnyorDie.com, including staring in the web series Music Time With Jennie P.
Drew Tarver is an actor, writer and improv performer. Born in Glenville, Georgia, Tarver moved to New York City after high school to pursue a career in comedy, training at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre. He further honed his skills in Los Angeles at UCB LA and The Groundlings. On television, he recently guest starred on the NBC sitcom Animal Practice, and in 2014 was hired as a lead on the CBS pilot, How I Met Your Dad. Drew can be seen in the upcoming independent feature, May The Best Man Win.
Jimmy’s credits include The Joe Schmo Show, CollegeHumor Originals, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and he recently wrote on the punch up for the ABC Family television pilot Phys Ed. His theater credits include the premiere of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson and the 2014 CBS Diversity Sketch Showcase. He performs regularly at UCB, Second City LA, and The Groundlings, where he’s an alum of the Sunday Company and also teaches improv. His sketch show, Go-Go Boy Interrupted was recently featured on Huffington Post.